The works of one of Scotland’s most famous authors is to be celebrated at Braemar Castle. Robert Louis Stevenson wrote some of the finest works in English Literature including “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, “Kidnapped” and of course “Treasure Island” – half of which he wrote in Braemar while staying there in the summer of 1881.
Now you are invited to a special “Stevenson Supper” on Saturday, September 14. Come dressed as a pirate, a Jacobite, or a monstrous Victorian! Enjoy a sumptuous three-course meal whilst being entertained by music, readings and poetry.
You may even meet Long John Silver and the evil Mr Hyde himself!
And if that isn’t enough, there’s another opportunity to don a kilt and white cockade a week later! Join us at the Castle for “The Jacobites are Coming” – an evening of 17th and 18th Century rebellion and song remembering Braemar’s place in one of the most significant periods of Scottish history.
Again there will be a three-course meal in the Castle’s beautiful dining room as well as music, song and fun.All proceeds to Raising the Standard” the Castle’s major project to enhance and preserve the historic 17th Century building for generations to come.
Purchase online now! Tickets include two drinks, three course meal and entertainment in the castle. Booking essential, limited places.